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The Odd Sisters

A Villains Novel
Narrated by: Lucy Rayner
Series: Villains, Book 6
Length: 4 hrs and 35 mins
Categories: Teens, Ages 11-13
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Throughout the Villains series, the Odd Sisters have meddled in the lives of the Wicked Queen, The Beast, Ursula, Maleficent, and Mother Gothel, changing the course of fate for the greatest villains ever known. Now, it's time for their reckoning.

This latest novel by the author of the wildly popular Villains series goes deeper into the lives of the twisted, diabolical Odd Sisters, finally revealing the dark truth about who they are and where they're from. The Odd Sisters will appeal to fans who can't get enough of the mischievous sisters, as well as draw new readers to Serena Valentino's darkly fascinating take on the Disney Villains.

©2019 Serena Valentino (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Go buy it now!

Absolutely amazing!!! Best buy for in the series! Buy this! It's a must buy!! 😁

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Dose it have to end?

I love all the books. But this one I feel was my favorite of all. I think that’s bc it was a whole new store just with families characters. But I am very sad to see the line end. I would love to have more adventures in the enchanted realms. I do hope this is not the end.

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Interesting Storyline

I wasn't expecting the story to go the way that it did. I look forward to possibly more about the Odd Sisters, and such.

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Truly odd

I can't help but look forward to each new book, I love how all the stories are connected in the Disney mythos through this series but it seems they elude to many many more to come.

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Loved loved loved

I REALLY enjoyed learning more about the odd sisters and their story because we learned a little bit in the other books but not like this it was phenomenal.

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I love the series but...

I enjoyed the whole series but I really gotta say. This one felt so rushed. I felt like the author could have gone into more detail and the ending was a little lackluster. I prep ordered this a few months back and was a little disappointed but still enjoyed.

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Well read, but horrible stories.

I don't understand why Disney still gives the author money to make these books. They rarely if ever deal with the villian than the book is supposed to be about. Said villian is always back drop and a pawn to the author's original characters. The canon characters are twisted into unrecognizable beings and a majority of the story is nothing but fluff and no substance.

We learn bare bones about the odd sisters. The chapters about the war between the resurrected Malificent and the Fairies is barely touched upon and ends before it begins. The Author is horrible about telling and not showing, and she has this need to make all characters that aren't her OCs lesser and petty to show how much better her OCs are.

As always, the narrator does different voices for each character and makes the horrible writing at least bareable.

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